Dating male in pk
I'm just trying to know what I'm getting into, LOL. Well, as long as he removed the Winnie-the-Pooh decor and the Kung Fu posters, it shouldn't matter.
It's certainly not the best way to woo someone, but attempting to "make friendship" through misspelled and clichéd text messages has become a sort of national phenomenon.
For example, dating is forbidden in Islam, most men's mothers have the final say in who they end up with and, in fact, want their sons to end up with someone from the same culture or an arranged marriage.
I'm aware many men from the middle East only use white girls, but then dump them for women of their own culture when it's time to marry.
Hi, I'm very afraid to post my question here due to the responses I might get, but at the same time, I know many of you can give insight that I can't see since I wasn't brought up in the same culture and religion. I'm 26 and have been dating a 34 year old Pakistani man for nearly 2...
Hi, I'm very afraid to post my question here due to the responses I might get, but at the same time, I know many of you can give insight that I can't see since I wasn't brought up in the same culture and religion. I'm 26 and have been dating a 34 year old Pakistani man for nearly 2 years.
I'm not implying there is anything wrong with someone from Pakistan, but having been in the dating world and dated many women who have mentioned dating people from Islmic backgrounds.........well, it did not work out for any of them..... If his living with his parents is a turn-off, there's your answer. I believe his parents were the first immigrants here in his family. He's an American, just like anyone else born here, but my friend jokes, "Once you go Paki, you never go backy." "Once you go Paki, you never go backy." Thats funny.
I have a close friend whose dad is from India who has a similar background to your guy who is as American as you get.
He agreed and said much of what I said is true, but that I can't stereotype everybody and to please give him a chance since he doesn't fit into any of the stereotypes and assured me all along of how seriously he's taking me.
Even I ended up guilty of this one when I went to Pakistan on a trip last year, after a six-year gap.
I left my smartphone behind, thinking there was no point in taking it.
He's a very kind man and is so good to me that sometimes I think he's too good to be true.
I was very hesitant to start a relationship with him since I'm aware of some stereotypes.